The gadget packs extraordinary features
including the world’s first Leica ultra-wide-angle triple
camera, reverse charging and other features in collaboration
with diagnostic testing and condition monitoring.
camera system also supports macro distance, which produces crisp
images of objects that are laces as closed as 2.5 cm from the
lens and in addition also features an AI Portrait Color video
The phone also features an in-screen fingerprint sensor to
achieve better speed and success rates by pinpointing the
location of a user’s finger on the screen, and removing the
on-screen prompt immediately when a user removes their finger.
Huawei accredits Kenyan
university as ICT academy center
NAIROBI (Xinhua) --
Chinese telecom firm Huawei on Thursday
accredited Kenya’s Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA)as
an Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Academy Center.
Speaking at the ceremony, Stephen Mbugua, Vice Chancellor of
CUEA welcomed the partnership and expressed his hopes that it
would help enrich the training of computer science students.
"CUEA was chosen for this partnership due to its strengths in
being located in a serene environment, excellent facilities and
related resources," Mbugua said.
With the memorandum of understanding (MoU), the university is
now certified and authorized by Huawei to deliver official
technical and certification training to its students using the
Huawei authorized training curriculum and tools.
Mbugua noted that the partnership with the Chinese firm will
go a long way in building ICT talent in Kenya and Africa at
Su Shuqi, the manager in charge of training and certification
at Huawei noted that the training would greatly help to bridge
the gap between academia and industry.
In September 2018, the university achieved the status of a "Huawei
Authorized Information and Network Academy" (HAINA).
This means the university is certified and authorized by
Huawei to deliver official technical and certification training
to its students using the Huawei authorized training curriculum
Mbugua noted that at the moment, some of the lecturers in
science department of the university are already trained by
Huawei to offer the curricula.
According to CUEA some of its ICT lecturers are on their way
to attaining the "Huawei Certified Academy Instructor" (HCAI)
This means an individual who has been certified by Huawei as
an instructor remains in good standing, and is currently
sponsored by a Huawei Authorized Information and Network
Chinese investments help
opportunities across Africa - says IFC official
NAIROBI (Xinhua) --
Chinese investments are boosting employment
opportunities in Africa, an official from a member of the World
Bank group said on Tuesday.
Manuel Moses, Kenya country manager at International Finance
Corporation (IFC), which focused on the private sector in
developing countries, told Xinhua in Nairobi that Chinese
investors are playing a positive role in the manufacturing,
construction and power sectors.
"The Chinese private sector is very dynamic because they
don’t see the risk that other people see in Africa because they
take a long view of Africa," Moses said during the launch of the
Seventh Edition of the Africa CEO Forum.
The event was jointly organized by Kenya Private Sector
Alliance, IFC and the Rwanda Development Board.
Moses said IFC is also keen to facilitate any group of
foreign investors who see opportunities in Africa.
He said that given the level of development of both China and
Africa the two regions are natural partners who can complement
Moses noted that China is taking its rightful place in Africa
by making investments that boost the continent’s productive
IFC is currently working with Chinese firms across in the
east African region. In Rwanda, IFC is partnering with Chinese
firms to develop an affordable housing project for some 10,000
In Tanzania, the IFC is also building a hotel and building
complex in the country’s largest city Dar es Salaam.
Moses urged Chinese firms to bring their advanced technology